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IR Infrared LED Transmitter And Receiver Pair For Arduino/Raspberry-Pi/Robotics

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SKU: SB101TMD500,Th100,KRT

Rs.20 Rs. 25

IR Infrared LED Transmitter And Receiver Pair is the combo of both IR LED & photodiode. IR Transmitter And Receiver, which together can work as an IR sensor module. This is the IR Transmitter and Receiver pair-matched pair used in our IR proximity, White Line or Micromouse sensor. It consists of 5mm 940 nanometer wavelength high power IR LED and photodiode having a peak sensitivity at 940-nanometer wavelength.

Features of Infrared LED Transmitter And Receiver Pair:

  1. Use this 5mm IR Transmitter and Receiver pair to build object sensors, colour sensors, line sensors, distance sensors, etc.
  2. Both the transmitter and emitter are built to work on the 940 nm wavelength.
  3. The transparent LED is the transmitter while the dark blue one is the receiver.
  4. Designed for short-distance detection.
  5. Enhanced sensitivity.
  6. Unfocused for sensing diffused surfaces.
  7. Often reliable.
  8. Cost-effective performance.

Specifications of IR Infrared LED Transmitter And Receiver Pair:

  1. IR TX RX size: 5mm diameter package
  2. IR LED current rating: 30mA nominal, 600mA pulse loading at 1% duty cycle
  3. IR LED wavelength: 940nM
  4. Photodiode peak response wavelength: 940nM
Transmitter (Tx):
  1. Power: 0.1W.
  2. Absolute Maximum Forward Current: 50mA.
  3. Launch Angle (Approx): 45 Deg.
  4. Wavelength: 940nm.
  5. Typical forward voltage drop: 1.1V.
  6. Diameter: 5mm.
Receiver (Rx):
  1. Power: 0.15W.
  2. Maximum Current: 30mA.
  3. Receiving Angle (Approx): 45 Deg.
  4. Wavelength: 940nm.
  5. Typical forward voltage drop: 1.2V.
  6. Diameter: 5mm.

Applications:

  1. DIY projects.
  2. Robotics projects.
  3. Arduino projects.
  4. Raspberry-Pi projects.
  5. Electrical/Electronic projects.

Package Includes:

1 x IR Infrared LED Transmitter And Receiver Pair

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